What's so good about Gut Care?

At The Gut Co, we have created three gut-boosting formulas designed to boost your gut microbiome with a range of health benefits for each supplement. It’s not always easy to eat a healthy, varied, balanced diet - we make it a bit easier to get everything you need!

Gut Care is the original formula created by The Gut Co. It is focused on healing the gut microbiome, which is essential for optimum gut health. By taking just one tablet a day, you can reap a range of benefits that will help you to reach optimum health.

A healthy diet and lifestyle is of course encouraged, but our supplement can give you the boost you need!

Benefits of Gut Care

There are some key benefits you can expect from taking Gut Care, starting with better bowel performance. The ingredients in Gut Care have been formulated to improve bowel function, which means going to the loo will be more regular, better formed and with less digestive comfort like bloating and excess gas. Say goodbye to diarrhoea and constipation and hello to regular, smooth movements!

For the gut to function properly, the body needs to produce beneficial fatty acids as they are the main source of energy for cells in the gut. Without sufficient energy, how can we expect the gut to work properly? Feeding the good bacteria in the gut with Gut Care can make sure your cells have all the energy they need to stop you from experiencing digestive discomfort like indigestion. 

Not only will the cells in your gut have more energy, but you will too! Most of the serotonin in the body is made in the gut - a hormone responsible for our mood. If your gut is performing well, your body is able to create more serotonin, helping you to sleep better, eat better and feel better.

By adding good bacteria to the gut, Gut Care can help to boost your immune system (70% of which is in the gut) and fight off the harmful bacteria that cause you to crave high-sugar foods. 

What’s in this gut-boosting wonder?

Actazin

The first ingredient you MUST know about is Actazin. A kiwifruit extract, Actazin is a fantastic food for the good bacteria in the gut, helping them to thrive and populate the gut, leaving less room for bad bacteria to cause trouble.

Actazin also contains an enzyme known as actinidin, which is able to boost antioxidant capacity in the digestive tract whilst normalising bowel function and helping the body digest protein. It really is a superhero for the gut, and Gut Care contains 600mg of the stuff. 

Probiotics

Saccharomyces Boulardii SP92 is a probiotic that protects the gut against bad bacteria and encourages the production of good bacteria. This is essential to maintain balance and diversity in the gut microbiome and maintain or achieve optimum health. 

Synbio is a blend of live bacteria (probiotics) that is able to diversify intestinal microflora and have a positive effect on mental health. Synbio positively affects the gut-brain axis, a vital communication system that ensures the brain and gut are in sync. An unhealthy gut can have a damaging effect on the brain, so healing the gut microbiome can help to benefit mental well-being.

Lactobaccilus Rhamnosus IMC 501 is a type of lactic acid bacteria that has a positive impact on reducing diarrhoea and IBS by producing the enzyme lactase, which breaks down the sugar lactose in dairy foods. During this process, the sugar is turned into lactic acid which helps to break down harmful bacteria. Due to this ability to prevent harmful bacteria from reproducing, L. Rhamnosus has been shown to significantly reduce the occurrence of UTI's in women.

Lactobaccilus Paracasei IMC 502, another lactic acid bacteria, is able to increase the production of the good bacteria bifidobacteria, which helps in preventing inflammation and infections, acts as an immune modulator and supports immune system regulation. 

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus CRL 1505 is a probiotic that is able to protect the guts mocosal lining from intestinal infections, preventing it from becoming damaged and wearing away. This probiotic is particularly helpful to those suffering with diarrhoea and IBS symptoms. 

So, convinced yet?

If you are suffering any gut issues, Gut Care can definitely be worth a try. Each gut microbiome is completely unique so results can vary from person to person, yet many people experience positive change in the first week or so of taking a probiotic supplement.  

If you'd like to learn more about the gut microbiome and how probiotics can help you, check out Gut Health: 10 Common Questions

Want to read the science behind it? Check out our references

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